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... to most of the classes so I guess I'll be making a new friend this year! Anyway, for all the fun we were having, there was also a reality check. All of a sudden, Katie was saying goodbye. She was leaving the next morning . . . and we couldn't say, "Have a good trip and school year and we'll see each other next summer." There won't be a next summer, not with all of us in Guanajuato.
Saturday I pulled myself out of bed after precious few hours ...
... not want to be irreverent. The cathedral is a Mexican baroque style beauty built between 1671-1696. The wealthy silver patrons who contributed to the building of this cathedral made the most gorgeous heavenly interior of any cathedral that I have seen.. I loved it!
We walked down the city plaza, filled with tent vendors selling Dia de los Muertos sugar candies and other Cervantes Festival items. We bought some t-shirts and stumbled upon La Esquina in ...
... octopus and shrimp in some kind of red sauce, something along the lines of shrimp cocktail I think, and then another shrimp dish. She made us dessert too, but now I can't remember what it was. I completely forgot to bring my camera to take a picture of it, which was a bummer because it was so different than stereotypical Mexican food.
My other classes--one on assessment, one on classroom discourse, and ...
... Mexico was all "handed to us on a plate" you could say... in the form of white powder, credit card and a $50 pesos note. Blimey, throw in a couple of Mexicans casually having sex in front of strangers and you have two pretty bemused English girls. I thought something was a bit off when the three lads at the table didn't do the usual excitable Mexican greeting when we walk through the door, but then I saw their eyes and there you go... ...
... s tall, fair-skinned, blond, husband was with us in the karaoke bar and when he got up to go do something, all the Mexicans started chanting gŁero, which I would have never understood if it hadn’t been for my class. It’s just a name for a light-skinned, blond person and they were wanting him, the obvious foreigner, to get up and sing. Yea for education! :) Another cultural thing I learned, well, or had confirmed I guess would be ...